Anzhela Davtyan is a pianist and educator based in Los Angeles. She began her piano studies in Yerevan, at the age of 6 attending the special music school for gifted children. Anzhela made her concerto debut at the age of 9, playing Haydn’s D major piano concerto. After, she continued her musical journey at the Yerevan State Musical Pedagogical college where she obtained a Bachelor degree with honors in piano performance, pedagogy and accompanying. After moving to Los Angeles, she continued her piano studies at the California State University of Northridge under the direction of Dr. Dmitry Rachmanov, Professor Edward Francis and engaged in pedagogical activities and ensemble performing. Anzhela holds both a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Piano performance and Pedagogy from the California State University of Northridge.
Her teaching experience includes maintaining a professional private piano studio for the past 15 years. She has an extensive experience performing on stage and teaching students from beginner to advanced levels.
Anzhela’s philosophy of teaching is that all students are unique with the natural talent to succeed; hence with her dedication, creativity, and patience towards her students she inspires and encourage them to grow and become fine musicians.
Anzhela is an active performer and teacher; she has much experience collaborating with the major music schools in Los Angeles such as Knauer music school, Musonia school of music, Granada Hills music school and art.